- verbADVERB▪ altogether, completely, entirely, fully (esp. AmE), totally▪ all but, effectively, essentially, largely, mostly, nearly, practically, virtually▪
The traditional way of life has all but disappeared.▪ literally▪
The woman literally disappeared on her way home from work one night.▪ gradually, slowly▪ abruptly, immediately, instantly, overnight, promptly, quickly, rapidly, soon, suddenly▪
He started the treatment and his symptoms disappeared overnight.▪
With that, Matt promptly disappeared.▪
a rapidly disappearing way of life▪ briefly, momentarily, temporarily▪
His grin momentarily disappeared from his face.▪ eventually, finally▪ forever▪
A number of species could soon disappear forever.▪ subsequently▪ magically, miraculously, mysteriously▪
The controversy is not going to magically disappear.▪ without a trace, without trace (esp. BrE)▪
Her father disappeared without trace when she was ten.▪ quietly▪
Her personal website quietly disappeared from the Internet.▪ apparently, seemingly▪ just, simply▪
The plane suddenly just disappeared from the radar screen.PREPOSITION▪ behind▪
The sun disappeared behind a cloud.▪ from▪
Wildlife is fast disappearing from our countryside.▪ into, through, under, etc.PHRASES▪ disappear from sight, disappear from view▪
She watched until he had disappeared from view.
Collocations dictionary. 2013.